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Oct 1, 2012 11:00pm EDT
order. we're talking about international institutions. john has written the most serious threat to american national security today is not as specific enemy but the erosion of the institutional foundation of the global order that the united states has commanded for half a century. so he sees the constitutions of the global order is being essential to the strength. jessica has written, our infrastructured, gridlocked politics is having a major impact abroad on other countries perceptions of u.s. influence and power. and of course, on the desire account of the u.s. example. taking the first of these, bob, and the challenge that is posed the use in terms of influence by the strength or lack of strength or current state of international institutions, what do you see out there that worries you in terms of the institutional structure in the world order right now? >> well, yawn and i have a -- john and i have old say subtle argument about this in the sense that my view is that . >> this is no place for subtle. >> i know. i'm going try to move past it as quickly as possible. [laughter]
Sep 25, 2012 11:00pm EDT
of vantage for john mccain, but the polls coming out of pennsylvania again and again show is not doing any better than-15. so basically the state is looking very similarly in terms of its to graphics how the demographics trail for the political support as it did in 2008. the same thing applies to the geographical distribution. you look at how obama is running in the suburbs, similar to how he ran in 2008 and so on. so definitely looking like advantage obama in pennsylvania. michigan is another state where the romney campaign thought they might have iran. this is not happening. michigan is pretty decisively on the side of obama. the geographical pattern of the vote. about as well in the edge for a mature area. the statewide vote in 2008. they're just not much going on there. wisconsin is a state where obviously if there were going to crack the midwest given what's happening with ohio they thought perhaps they could do it in wisconsin. the problem is twofold for them, i think. if you look at the level of demographic change that has taken place in wisconsin, it's actually quite startling acco
Sep 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
's john f. kennedy airport, the congestion in the air space challenges have across places like the metropolitan area and here i am the metropolitan area. all of this site, mr. chairman and certainly two ranking member costello as well, and over the years, you have certainly been passionate about pursuing just real meaningful solutions to these problems as if they had been in your congressional districts across the country and we certainly appreciate that as an industry. your palate hearings, conduct of information on sessions and have an open door as he sought not to assign blame, but in terms of driving a shorter path to progress in the future. for the past years as chairman of the faa's nexgen advisory committee. i thank you and i'm wearing two hats today. that is in the rover chairman as well as ceo at jet airways. on the sub three advisory committee come all soon conclude my 2-year-old weary bruce group of leaders from across the world does both volunteered that. we provide consensus-based recommendations on complex policy issues and response to specific questions they pres
Sep 24, 2012 11:00pm EDT
: thank you. >> host: mark, have to turn the television down, all rights? for me put you on hold. john in d.c., democrat, go ahead. >> caller: yes, good morning. i just can't believe you said you met with this assad over the last few years and you thought this guy wasn't a killer like his old man? i mean, my god, these guys don't change their stripes. >> host: let's get a response. >> guest: first i met with bashar al-assad between 2004 and 2009. certainly early on i wasn't the only one. now, where we all wrong? perhaps. we are not psychologists. many inside and outside serious reasons for hope and it implements a number of the the the internally. there was always a gap between what internally. there was always a gap between what he was saying and what he was implementing. i and many others try to hold them accountable. i've written about quite a bit over recent years and as early as 2006, 2007 i started to see them change. people do change. this is about enhancing without tyrian reserve on. even the most intention become comfortable with power. power is an aphrodisiac in the old clich
Sep 28, 2012 11:00pm EDT
with congress. john boehner, as speaker of the house should provide leadership to ensure a debt deal gets done. i believe bob woodward had interviews with boehner and the president we were complaining about bet debate and it fell flat but these guys are fighting about the amount of taxes and spending. one year later we're waiting for the fiscal cliff. apple has been very successful making products that they want but they are sitting on $40 billion of cash and much of that is overseas. it is not coming back unless there is an environment that is favorable for apple. i don't know where it spends its money in the u.s. but there's a lot of the balance sheet that is overseas. if they brought their money back if you think apple is successful now they could be a bigger contributor by hiring employees. yes, a proud american company but look on the other side of your iphone designed in california, and made in china at. >>host: last call comes from jefferson organic from the republican side. >> caller: hello. it is an honor to talk to you. iowa cnbc from squawk to the closing bell. is any of the money f
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